Car vandalism prompts Exmouth police appeal
A spate of car vandalism in Exmouth has prompted the police to appeal for help tracing the culprits. if you have any information, contact Exmouth police on 08452 777444, quoting the crime reference.
Officers said a number of cars parked in the town have had wing mirrors damaged, prompting a police appeal to the public for help tracing the culprits responsible.
Police community support officer Colin Balch said: “We would remind all motorists who leave their vehicles parked on the road to turn the wing mirrors inwards if possible and ask that anybody witnessing any crime in progress call police on 999.”
A white VW van parked in Clarence Road had its front nearside wing mirror damaged.
Officers said the damage occurred sometime between 6pm on September 26 and 10am the following day.
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Anyone with information is asked to contact the police quoting crime reference KE/10/2519.
A green Daewoo saloon parked in Victoria Road had its nearside front wing mirror bent back sometime between 2am and 2.20am on Monday October 4. Crime reference KE/10/2565.
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A blue Peugeot 306, also parked in Victoria Road, had its offside wing mirror knocked off sometime between 1.50am and 7pm on September 12. Crime reference KE/10/2386.
A blue Vauxhall Vectra parked in Morton Road had its offside wing mirror damaged between 2.15am and 2.33am on Monday October 4.
Anyone with information, or who witnessed the damage, contact Exmouth police on 08452 777444, quoting the crime number.